How to Send $ via Western Union from US Debit Card to International Bank Account with Zero Fees





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Published on Jul 15, 2016

It's 2016. More than ever we are aware of fees that are added to business transactions undertaken online. Techistan is here to explain one way to avoid this.

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Let's take Western Union for example. There is a minimum of $10 fee when transferring offline and in person. Transferring online is less expensive, less time-consuming and sometimes free.

It is often difficult to send money to friends, family or a vendor from the USA to another country.

There is an option in Western Union that enables you as the sender to pay with your USA debit card to the receiver's bank checking account. In most cases, there are zero fees.

Just log in to your Western Union account online. Enter the receiver's name, payout location, delivery method, payment method, service, and amount and click CONTINUE.

Review all items within your transaction and if accurate. Read the terms and conditions and agree and CONTINUE. If Western Union accepts your request to transfer funds, you will see a RECEIPT.

Please remember: It’s extremely important to inform law enforcement and other authorities if you’ve been victimized by fraud. Western Union suggests several ways to report fraud, as well as national fraud resources that offer information and resources to help you stay informed.
Read more at https://www.westernunion.com/us/en/fr...


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